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Mozilla Releases Firefox 3.6 Alpha, Codenamed 'Namoroka'

Aug 10, 2009, 13:01 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Two of the major goals of Firefox 3.6 are improved performance, start-up time and user interface responsiveness, and also customisation improvements, including the Awesome bar and integration of the Mozilla Labs Personas project.

"To try Firefox 3.6 Alpha, download the latest trunk build from here, uncompress the .tar.bz2 file and run it as ./firefox --no-remote -P and don't forget to create a new, separate profile for 3.6 in order to not mix settings with your existing Firefox. Alternately, check out these two guides for installing the latest Firefox in Ubuntu: here and here. The same guides apply for the upcoming Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala."

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